Energy stocks climbed on Tuesday as oil prices surged above $81 a barrel, but U.S. shares ended lower as chipmakes fell on ratings downgrades and rate-sensitive shares lost ground ahead of an expected Federal Reserve interest rate hike.U.S.
After losing his job with a foreign food company in March, Alexander Costa surveyed Brazil's anemic labor market and decided to start selling cheap lunches by the beach in Rio de Janeiro to try and provide for his young family.U.S.
European shares climbed on Tuesday as oil prices above $80 a barrel lifted energy stocks, while U.S. stocks slid on losses in chipmakers and rate-sensitive shares ahead of an expected Federal Reserve interest rate hike.U.S.
* Indexes up: Dow 0.08 pct, S&P 0.03 pct, Nasdaq 0.09 pct (Changes comment, updates prices, adds details)IN
U.S. stocks were little changed on Tuesday, as higher oil prices lifted energy s...IN
Argentina is battling to contain a currency crisis.CNBC
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European shares rose and Wall Street was set for a stronger open on Tuesday, as oil above $80 a barrel lifted energy shares, despite worries around the latest U.S.-China tariff round and central bank rate hikes.U.S.
U.S. stock index futures edged higher on Tuesday, as energy companies gained with oil prices at four-year highs, although the U.S.-China trade tension and the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting prompted caution.IN
U.S. government debt prices fell into negative territory on Tuesday.CNBC
World stocks struggled to make headway on Tuesday after another round of U.S.-China tariffs kicked in and investors' nerves were frayed by rising expectations of central bank rate hikes and oil prices near four-year highs.U.S.
Premier Li Keqiang says he expects that in three years, qualified foreign companies can get full businesses licenses and sole ownership of companies in China's financial industry.CNBC
Wall Street's three main indexes were lower on Monday after a new round of ...IN
On the eve of the Fed's September meeting, Europe's top central banker delivers a sharp reminder to markets that the world's central banks are moving away from easy policies.CNBC
The Turkish lira was up more than 3% Monday. Turkey may release an American whose imprisonment has caused conflict with the US. Watch the lira trade in real time here. Turkey's currency rallied Monday amid reports the country could release an American whose controversial imprisonment has been at the center of an ongoing feud between Ankara and Washington. The lira was up more than 3.5% to 6.1279 against the dollar after the Wall Street Journal reported a Turkish court could...markets.businessinsider.com
The European Central Bank sees a muted impact from Brexit on the euro zone's economy and financial markets, with the clearing of financial contracts the biggest area of concern, the ECB's President Mario Draghi said on Monday.U.S.
Yields on German debt also spike to levels not seen since mid-June.CNBC
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday defended Britain's Brexit plan, saying her government had "put forward a credible proposal" to exit the European Union.U.S.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's senior ministerial team remains fully behind her Brexit proposals, her spokesman said on Monday, after her plans were savaged by European Union leaders at a summit last week.IN
British Prime Minister Theresa May's senior ministerial team remains fully behind her Brexit proposals, her spokesman said on Monday, after her plans were savaged by European Union leaders at a summit last week.U.S.
U.S. government debt prices slipped into the red on Monday.CNBC
The U.S. Federal Reserve's anticipated interest rate hike this week will make cash the most attractive it has been in about a decade and end the era of stocks as the only game in town.U.S.
Exports are the main driver of Japan's economic growth. They are the beginning and the end of the country's business cycle, Michael Ivanovitch writes.CNBC
Decades of falling interest rates have led to a sharp increase in the number of "zombie" firms, a report for the Bank for International Settlements said, potentially threatening economic growth and preventing interest rates from rising.IN